A telehealth program out of UCSF has achieved the coveted goal of cutting costs and improving patient care for seniors with dementia, researchers state.
A new five-year dual degree program in medicine and AI is being launched at the University of Texas at San Antonio, which claims it is the first of a kind.
The healthcare sector has experienced hundreds of data leaks over the past four years, ranking it the eighth-worst industry for leaks overall, a new report shows.
Access to telemedicine is not just beneficial but also vital in many parts of the US, doctors and other healthcare leaders argued this week before the DEA.
Amazon is hoping to get its various services streamlined so that it complements, rather than clashes with, other health services.
More mergers and acquisitions could occur within the digital healthcare sector as smaller point solutions reach deals with a larger platform, experts predict.
Inconsistencies between traditional clinical visits and telehealth could be driving in-person follow-ups after the latter, a new study shows.
New policies and more ethical considerations are needed before telehealth can be an adequate option for addressing and treating patients with chronic wounds, a recent study finds.
Many healthcare companies are planning on adding new digital technology over the next few years, although they may not have the infrastructure for it, research shows.
Telehealth visits increased more than 10-fold during the acute phase of pandemic and remained high in the postacute phase.
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